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      Start-Up Visa: What Are the Advantages? | Introduction Business is an adventure. Adventure might sound delightful, but some risks always follow during and after the process. For some people, handling unexpected circumstances that can emerge from those risks might be stressful. In other words, who would prefer risk over stability? The advantages of the Start-Up […]

      Business – Start-Up Visa | Introduction Start-Up Visa is Canada’s immigration program that was started as a pilot in 2013 first and it was officially introduced in 2018 as a permanent program. The main targetof the program is to attract ambitious businesspersons with innovative business ideas from various locations in the world. Applicants who do […]


      Inadmissibility – Organized Crime   If a person is involved in organized crime that may have occurred inside or outside Canada, the individual is deemed inadmissible to Canada, which means they will not be allowed to enter the country.   Definition of Inadmissibility for Organized Crime There are two types of organized crime resulting people […]

      Criminal Inadmissibility   Under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act(“IRPA”), temporary residents who have visitor visas, study or work permits, and applicants for permanent residence in Canada may not be allowed into Canada if they have a criminal record. In other words, they may be criminally inadmissible to Canada.   Definition of Criminal Inadmissibility, and […]

      Inadmissibility – Committed Human or International rights violations   Several reasons can cause inadmissible to Canada, and human or international rights violations are one of the reasons. The Canadian Border Service Agency(“CBSA”) may find you inadmissible if you have violated any human or international rights.   About Inadmissibility that committed Human or International rights violations […]

      Inadmissibility – Obligation of Residency   A permanent resident is an individual who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada but is not a Canadian citizen. Therefore, permanent residents have residency obligations, unlike Canadian citizens.   Definition of Obligation of Residency In order to maintain your permanent resident status in Canada, Immigration […]

      Temporary Resident Permit(TRP)   Individuals who are found to be inadmissible to Canada due to misrepresentation, criminal, medical reasons, or security, but have a reason to travel to Canada that is justified in the circumstances, can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (“TRP”).   Definition of Temporary Resident Permit(TRP) A TRP is a temporary pass […]

      Authorization to Return to Canada(ARC)   If you have a removal order from Canada, you may need government approval to re-enter Canada. The form required to be authorized to enter Canada is an “Authorization to Return to Canada” known as ARC. Whether you need one depends on the type of removal order that was issued. […]

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      Inadmissibility – Security Risk   There are various grounds to cause inadmissibility. If you are found inadmissible, you will be denied a visa or eTA, refused entry to, or removed from Canada. Security risk is also, one of the reasons that can cause inadmissibility.   Definition of Security Risk Inadmissibility You could be found inadmissible […]

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      Each visa applicant who is applying for a Permanent Residence or Temporary Status in Canada such as a visitor visa, study permit, or work permit, is required to undergo a medical examination…